No, skin tags are not contagious. Unlike warts, skin tags do not have the ability to spread to different areas of the body or to other individuals, even through direct contact. The removal of one skin tag does not trigger the growth of new tags elsewhere.

In some cases, individuals may observe the appearance of new skin tags after removing one from a specific part of the body. However, this is generally an indication that the particular area is naturally more susceptible to the development of skin tags.